It’s hard not fall instantly for Passion’s many charms. Which are no particular order fall under the course of dirty pulsating bass, crisp beats and unsettling keyboards. So with all of that resulting infectious rhythm combined with Clayton Steele’s very own cool and somewhat deadpan vocal ‘Passion’ feels little short of hard to resist. The DJ T remix as you might expect is excellent with ultra-funky basslines sparking off against jerky percussion while the evolving arrangement of sounds will having you reaching out to turn the volume up. Second original is ‘Sleep Walker’ which again sees glazed vocals, although this time are pitched across a seductive syncopated bass that would make Depeche Mode proud.
4 out of 5
Reviewed by Greg Fenton